Spots. Wrinkles. Dry skin. Thin skin. Even if we manage to keep our faces free of laugh lines and crow’s feet, our hands often spill the tea on how old we really are.
The culprits are many, says Steven Davis, chief surgeon at Davis Cosmetic Plastic Surgery in Cherry Hill. As we age, we lose fat in our hands and we lose bone mass. Our skin also naturally thins, and all of this living is compounded by exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet light. Because who really remembers to put sunscreen on their hands?